Terry Ledlin

About Terry Ledlin

Terry is a skilled and practical lawyer who has worked with government agencies and both private and publically listed national and multinational companies across many different industries – in particular building and construction, IT, pharmaceutical and advertising and media.

Don’t Gamble With Your Reputation – What The OAIC Report On Notifiable Data Breaches Tells Us

Want to see something truly shocking? Click here to check out a map that shows you global cyber-attack threats in real time happening NOW.  There was a time when a person’s personal information was limited to name, address and date of birth (anything that could identify a person). In today's complex [...]

How About Dem Potatoes? You May Need Fries With This.

Our regulators often get criticised for not being proactive when it comes to looking after those businesses in a vulnerable position due to a lack of bargaining power. Well, the ACCC has quickly moved to give one company an intended roasting for some of its unfair contract terms. Let’s quickly chip away [...]

Fancy A European Holiday? A Pocket Travel Guide to the GDPR

Why Europe? When we put Privacy into perspective, our modern day Privacy regime is largely driven by developments in the EU, UK and the US. A Global Regulator is not yet a reality, but many countries have introduced laws based on the automatic processing of personal data that have been developing in Europe since [...]

It’s a Matter of Trust – 5 Tamper-Free Tips So You Don’t Get Caught Out By Trading Trusts

Well, weren’t we all bowled over this week when our dear sporting leader made a Captain’s Call that stumped all of us and broke the nation’s trust! That did get us thinking about Trusts though, a perfectly legal device often used in business for trading and protection of assets. In the words of Steve [...]

2018 – It’s Here to Stay

Here we are in early 2018, a time where all those earnest NYE resolutions and commitments (lose weight, get fit, eat healthy, find true love, have more dynamic relationships etc. etc. etc.) all lie behind us, busted and broken. 7% of the year has now been spent on sun, sport and sausages and now [...]

5 Major Changes You May Have Missed in 2017

It’s usually at this time of the year when we collectively sigh and ask “Where did that year go? It only seems like yesterday that it was this time last year (if you get the drift). …..” If life is what happens when you are busy making other plans, then you may have missed some [...]

Putting Privacy in Perspective – What You Need to Know About Mandatory Data Breach Notification

Big data is here to stay…. Believe it or not, we live in a Data Driven World. A BIG data driven world. Just think about it – we have our digital footprints everywhere and they are easily traced to reveal more about ourselves than we care to realise. Some examples – when we sign [...]

Seven Simple Steps to Gear Your Business for Success in 2017

We all start the new year with the usual well-intentioned resolutions (lose weight, get fit, find love…) but after a few weeks (or, sometimes, hours) we are back to our old habits. In 2017, more than any other year, the outlook both nationally and globally is uncertain. Will the Turnbull Government’s one seat majority [...]

A fair go all round? A practical guide for what to do with the new unfair contract terms regime

On 12 November 2016, a new regime of regulation affecting standard form contracts will be introduced in accordance with the Treasury Legislation Amendment (Small Business & Unfair Contract Terms) Act 2015. This affects the Australian Consumer Law and the Australian Securities & Investments Commission Act 2001. For many of our clients, one of the most visible standard form [...]

Deeds of guarantee — do they require witnessing?

A common question that Clients across all industries ask is... What do I do if the personal guarantee I hold on file has not been witnessed? We recommend to all of our Clients that any personal guarantees are in the form of a Deed. This is because a Deed is a particular type of legal document [...]